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Today's ITUnity Champ:

Steve Mordue

Steve Mordue

CEO of Forceworks
Blog: https://stevemordue.com/
Twitter: @stevemordue

Mordue runs Forceworks, a Microsoft cloud deployment partner that’s certified across Microsoft’s cloud stack. He also is a newly minted Microsoft Dynamics 365 MVP. He offers partners — and folks like me — lots of good information as we try to wade through Dynamics 365 software-as-a-service landscape. (Dynamics 365 is Microsoft’s ERP/CRM platform, announced last year.)

One of his most recent blog posts discusses the evolving Dynamics 365 Business Edition:

Dynamics 365 – My Hopes for Business Edition

Unless you’ve had your head in the sand, you know that Microsoft is developing versions of their Dynamics 365 business applications, that are geared for smaller businesses. Across the Dynamics Partner community, you are either very excited about this, or ambivalent, depending on the customer base you cater to. So, if your interest is in EPG, you can safely skip this post.

The link to the rest of his post is here.